The is the biggest improvement we need is to track, accept and reject changes and which user made them.
It would be nice to include a feature that lets the user compare the document before and after editing.
Yes! This would be very helpful to quickly see edits without going into revision history for cross comparison.
This is currently the biggest improvement we need to be able to rely on GC for content creation. It comes up every single time I share my content for review.
Our team will make many edits across our workflow status changes (we'll change an existing page then make more edits after reviewing with team. Then the copyeditor will make small changes and leave additional comments / suggestions). We need to know what has changed since the last published version, but there is no way to see those changes grouped together.
A way for writer to see what copy they are altering (in real-time) from the prior version as they work within the text. It also would provide us with an easy way to immediately denote what has changed in the copy from prior versions to current. This helps with internal reviews and can allow our downstream content administrators to easily decipher small content tweaks for what is live in production (making just the edits and not loading the entire page again).
I don't think 'track changes' needs to be a part of revisions as such. I think the execution needs to be more like GDocs or Word. So a mode where you make suggestions, which someone with the right permissions can accept or reject, with an audit trail of this (perhaps in revisions - ha ha!). This could be toggled on at a workflow level.
I’m not sure we can use GC until this is a feature
Maybe build integration with something like this http://www.loopindex.com/lite/demo/
Yes yes yes!